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Female, born 1930
An interview with a native resident of the village Tovste, Zalishchyky district, coming from a wealthy family: her father came back from the United States and had a large household in the city centre. The interviewee’s daughter was present during the interview and often joined the conversation, expanding on what her mother was saying and adding comments of her own.
Female, born 1930
An interview with a native resident of the village Vorvulyntsi, Zalishchyky district, contains a detailed description of the Soviet government restoration and post-war years. The narrator went through an arrest and interrogation when her family was accused of hiding participants of the Ukrainian nationalist underground.
Female, born 1933
An interview with a native resident of the town Zbarazh and, starting 1950, the resident of the town Tovste. The conversation contains the memories of the pre-war life of Ukrainians in Zbarazh. Towards the end of the interview, the woman recalls her student years in Lviv: education, teachers, a dormitory, and free time.
Female, born 1923
An interview with a native resident of the village Stratyn, Rohatyn district. The interviewee and her parents were repressed by the Soviet government in 1944; she remembers very well the events of World War II, the Holocaust, the activity of the nationalist underground. A separate conversation thread is an exile in Vorkuta.
Male, born 1925
An interview with a native resident of the village Rydvanivka, Rohatyn district, who comes from a Polish-Ukrainian family. The conversation is full of details about the war; the man gives examples from life that illustrate very well the aggravation of the interpersonal relationships after the war, the moments of personal choice, the unfairness of death, and violence.
Male, born 1934
An interview with a native resident of the village Kniahynychi, Rohatyn district, which is known as the place of active Ukrainian nationalist underground activity. The interviewee and his father both belonged to OUN and UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army).